CNBC's Diana Olick reports on breaking existing home sales numbers that show a sharp decrease, down 6.4 percent versus the expected 1.3 percent.
Hedge fund billionaire Ken Griffin has just smashed another real estate price record, buying the most expensive home sold in London in over a decade for $122 million.
Henry Chin of CBRE discusses where investors can find opportunities in commercial real estate markets including in London, despite Brexit concerns.
Amid the stalemate in Washington, credit unions have some of the more generous offers for government employees.
It is said that the best way to predict the future is to design it. Projections show that by 2050 society will require double the Earth’s available resources.
China is experiencing a slowdown overall, but demand for logistics real estate remains strong and vacancies are low or close to zero, says Andrew Haskins of Colliers.
The presidency of Donald Trump has indirectly helped the real estate market in South Florida, says the Miami property magnate.
Microsoft President and chief legal officer Brad Smith joins CNBC's "Closing Bell" to discuss Microsoft pledge of $500 million to tackle Seattle's housing crisis. The pledge is the largest in the company’s 44-year history, and, according to the company, is one of the heftiest contributions by a private corporation to housing. The initiative comes as Microsoft and other tech giants that have driven the region’s economic boom face increasing pressure to help mitigate affordable-housing shortages.
CNBC's Robert Frank interviews Gil Dezer, the president of Dezer Development, about the state of the luxury real estate industry.
Gareth Aird of the Commonwealth Bank says weakness in house prices in Australia is expected to continue, particularly in Sydney and Melbourne, but should bottom out "sometime" in 2019.
Dick Bove of Rafferty Capital Markets says the financing side of the real estate industry in the U.S. could cause "serious" problems."
Home ownership among those in the 24-to-32 group plunged from 45 percent to 36 percent for the period in the Fed survey.
The slowdown in home sales and home price gains in most major U.S. markets is causing the opposite effect in the rental market, especially for single-family rental homes. Those rent prices increased 2.9 percent annually in November 2018.
Builder sentiment rose 2 points to 58 in January according to the National Association of Home Builders. This came after two months of sharp drops in sentiment to the lowest level in more than two years. The index stood at 72 a year ago.
That is its highest level since February and came after a 23 percent jump the previous week. Volume was just 0.5 percent lower than a year ago.
Trade tensions, along with pressure on companies from Beijing, have caused a decline in Chinese direct investment into the United States. Still, Chinese home purchases and venture capital funding continue to grow.
CNBC's Deirdre Bosa sits down with actor and tech investor Ashton Kutcher and WeWork CEO Adam Neumann.
Lee Chee Koon of CapitaLand explains why the company is pursuing a S$11 billion deal to acquire real estate group Ascendas-Singbridge. One reason, he says, is that the company would be able to gain access to "interesting asset classes" in the new economy sectors.
Asian real estate developer CapitaLand said it will acquire Ascendas-Singbridge, which would create one of the world's largest real estate investment managers.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on private sector data from John Burns Real Estate Consulting which showed that California had the worst newly home sales numbers.